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Q: What is the area of a rectangle with a length of 9 meters and a width of 17 meters?

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Having the length x meters and width 8 meters, then the area is 8x square meters.

For a rectangle, area equals length times width. To find the length given the width and area, divide the area by the width.

Length times width gives the area of a rectangle. The rectangle with a length of 38 and a width of 28 has an area of 1064 square units.

Area of a rectangle = length * width = 92 m * 18 m = 1656 m2

The length of a rectangle is twice its width. If the perimeter of the rectangle is , find its area.

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area of a rectangle = length * width. Rearranging, we have width = area / length. Therefore, the width of the rectangle = 31.2 [m2] / 6 [m] = 5.2 [m] ========================

The area of a rectangle is simply the length times the width. If the length and width are in meters, the area, of course, will be in square meters.

The area of rectangle is : 143.85

The area of rectangle is : 26.13

The area of rectangle is : 33.0

length*width = area 24.7*width = 550.81 Divide both sides by 24.7 to find the width: width = 22.3 meters

The area of a rectangle is simply length times width. The area in this case will have units of square meters.

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Having the length x meters and width 8 meters, then the area is 8x square meters.

area you have to multiply the width by the length so if you do 10*7 you will get 70. the answer is 70 meters squared.

Length of rectangle: 240/15 = 16 meters

3.2 meters squared

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